This restaurant named Thai Basil restaurant specializes in Thai cuisine. The dishes here are mainly fresh ingredients. The dining environment of this home has two locations, indoor and outdoor. We didn't book a place in advance, so we sat in the lobby.
Located on the side entrance of D'mall, it is a small shop with not many customers. In the sultry Southeast Asian afternoon, a cup of soothing lemongrass drink, a small portion of Tom Yum Goong soup, and another portion of the signature mango sticky rice are definitely hot and sour appetizers and refreshing. Lemongrass drink, strong push, has a taste similar to elderberry juice, with the fragrance of lemon, sweet and sour. Tom Yum Goong is not authentic, but it is suitable for food in tropical countries. Mango sticky rice is not as fragrant as Thailand. Sticky rice is a bit hard. In addition, mangoes in the Philippines are generally a little sour and have a different feeling. This restaurant is not recommended for dinner, there are not enough varieties and the place is not big enough.
I ran into a Thai restaurant by mistake. The fried rice inside was delicious. I ordered Tom Yum Goong soup, which was good with rice. The taste of Thai fried rice noodles was also good, and the crabs were also good.
This is a Thai restaurant, but their mango sticky rice is completely different from what we ate in Thailand. Whether in appearance or taste, it is still delicious. It is not expensive at the checkout. It is not easy to eat this thing in Long Beach
The Thai & Filipino dishes in the mall are not big, but there are a lot of customers, and they don't seem to be all tourists. There are also many employees in the mall, which should be the most popular restaurants of this generation.